True Breaking Bad fans are definitely going to want to pick up the Complete Series Barrel, which features every episode of the show and a whole slew of interesting features. You'll be able to find the set in stores on November 26th (just in time for Christmas.)
Check out show creator Vince Gilligan unboxing the set in the below video!Read more >
The polls were left open for people to keep voting. The results below reflect the end of the awards on November 14th, 2013.
Winner: Walter White
Runner up: Jesse Pinkman
Winner: Lydia Rodarte-Quayle
Runner up: Skyler White
Winner: Huell Babineaux
Runner up: Steven Gomez
Winner: Gustavo Fring
Runner up: Todd Alquist
Winner: Gustavo Fring
Runner up: Walter White
Winner: "Ozymandias" Phone Call (between Walt and Skyler)
Winner: Todd killing Drew Sharp
Runner up: "Run" in "Half Measures"
Winner: “I’m the one who knocks”
Runner up: Crawl Space Sequence
Runner up: "Felina"
Winner: Season 5
Runner up: Season 4
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For the first time ever, we are hosting the Breaking Bad Wikia Awards, the official award show for the Breaking Bad Wiki!
Scroll through the following categories (created with the admins' help) and vote for your favorite nominees. Voting will end on November 18th, 2013 and the winners will be announced shortly afterwards. These awards apply to the Breaking Bad series in its entirety.
Without further ado, here are the categories! Enjoy!
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O.K. Everyone, i am new to this wiki, and i want to know your final predictions.
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Just finished watching Granite State, and I couldn't be more excited for the final episode, I've already got Pizza ordered and beer chilling in the fridge.
I originally thought that the Final Episode was going to be Walt vs Hank, but now we know it's a whole other story.
Vince Gilligan stated that the final episode will tie up all loose ends. Here's a few things I think will happen.
- Marie: Now widowed, depressed and vengeful. Walt will come to her to explain, but she will not here any of it.
- The White Family: Will be resenting the memory of the former man of the house, only for him to show up and say a final goodbye.
- Gretchen and Elliot: The final insult has sent Walt over the edge, He will be coming to make his position clear to his former bes…
This blog may get taken down but...
If any of you have seen the new AMC show Low Winter Sun then you should head down to there wikia.
It could really use a lot of help, If you like the show then go check it out!
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Are you guys ready? I know I'm not, after a whole year of waiting (excrutiatingly), we're finally here guys. We're about to witness a new episode of Breaking Bad for the first time, and it will be so intense. It's been a fun wait you guys, all that speculating and rumors about the second half of Season 5. Can't wait to discuss it and edit the "Blood Money page after it airs.Read more >
With the second half of Breaking Bad's fifth season less than a week away from traumatizing us forever (can you believe it?) we thought it would be the perfect time to recount eight of our favorite moments from the series, so far. These are in no real order and the list is far from comprehensive, but these moments have all played a part in helping us fall in with the love the meth-drenched, adrenaline-fueled character study that is Vince Gilligan's Breaking Bad. Coincidentally, each one has also shocked the living hell out of us.
Let's relive the terror together, shall we? The more "Heisenbergs" an event has, the more we think it had a hand in changing Walt from a decent man to a (shockingly lovable) moral abomination.
Breaking Bad hinted at…
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For everyone who enjoys AMC series, on August 11 after the premiere of "Blood Money" AMC will premiere a new original series called Low Winter Sun. For more information you can visit the Low Winter Sun Wiki.Read more >
YO YO YO BITCHES!!
Breaking Bad Season 5B is about to premier on August 11 which is in about 2 weeks and a lot of people can't wait to see what breaking bad has ready for us in the new season. Before the end of the show ( September 29 ) i would like to know what do you think will happen in the last episode of breaking bad?
Personally i think that everyone close to Walt will end up leaving him ( including his family ) and instead of dying he will live because it will be worst then death for him. I also think that the Phoenix dealers have a big impact on the new season.
What do you think?Read more >
With the hotly anticipated second half of Breaking Bad's final season less than a month away, we thought it was high time to reacquaint ourselves with the show's characters and plot. As a somewhat convoluted show, jumping back into Breaking Bad after some time away from it is pretty jarring. This guide is meant to minimize the motion sickness by bringing fans, both new and old, back up to speed.
As the half-season's tagline bluntly proclaims, "All Bad Things Must Come to An End" -- so while we're not sure what exactly is going to happen to Walter White, we know the "bad" part of him is probably going to cease to exist. Whether that means the writers will kill him off or otherwise remains to be seen (maybe Hank will give him an intervention? …
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- Season 1 -
- "You know the business, and I know the chemistry." - Walt to Jesse.
- "Hows it feel to be fifty?" Asks Jr. "Hows it feel to be a smartass?" Replies Walt, teasingly. "Pretty good." Jr. says, smiling.
- Season 2 -
- "I so smell bacon." - Badger to an undercover cop.
- "I expect this machine to be going every day." - Walt to Jesse while a machine that counts money is going.
- Season 3 -
- "Did you, perhaps, try our product, or bump your head, on something heavy and big?" - Jesse to Walt when Walt is trying to kill a fly and refuses to cook until acomplishing.
- "No more half measures, Walter." - Mike after telling a story.
- Season 4 -
- "No matter how many dogs I kill, it's all good, cause I'm a nice guy?" - Jesse in rehab.
- "If you just do …
- Season 1 -
This is a discussion page, a lot of you already know the main answer, but I'll go down in terms...
They both have good action, Walking Dead has more deaths, but Breaking Bad has TONS more explosions. Breaking Bad also sounds better, Breaking Bad wins this.
Breaking Bad BY FAR, although the whole Rick in the hospital theme was smart...
Season 1 -
Breaking Bad had an extra episode, if it weren't for writers strike, Walking Dead might have won this, because Jesse would have died, and if my other theory of Badger having been Walt's business partner in season 2, I don't know if fans would like that THAT early, but yes, they are funny when working together.
Season 2 -
They both had great, amazing, epic, adrenaline pumped - rushing fin…Read more >
okay, this is a disscusion blog, or meant to be. If you didn't know, Jesse was supposed to die in the season 1 finale, but they got cut two episodes short due to writer's strike. Now, this minisode I am about to post features a deleted scene from episodes 5 - 7 of season 1, forgot which one exactlly.
This video features Badger and Walt working together on a "heist" to get money out of a vacuum cleaner Skyler sold that had some money in it that Walt was hiding. Yes, the video is funny, but my point is, they worked together...
And because of that, I think if Jesse were to have died, Badger would become the "new Jesse" and start helping Walt out. I highly think this because Matt Jones - Badger - has a bigger role in season 2 than any, maybe h…Read more >
Episode 9 - The Decesion - Hank deals with deciding what to do next (read what he can do above). Walt truly hasn't quit and begins cooking with Todd, his covering lie to Skyler is that he is looking for a job. Hank gets an eavsdrop bug (like Walt did to Jesse's car in season 4) and plants it on Walt's car when Walt is home, and Hank and Marie have an akward super at Walts, where Walt lies to Skyler and tells her he hasn't found a job yet. Walt meets a mad Lydia - who has heard he "quit" - but he calms her down and tells her he lied to his wife to get his kids back, Lydia tells him she doesn't trust him because he can quit at any moment, Walt tells her she's over reacting, Hank watches the meeting from the far. Walt threatens Lydia - becaus…Read more >
I think Hugo, that janiter, might come back and start a drug rivalry gang, or maybe be the deputy of the gang or some position like that and lead/tell them to walt/about walt.Read more >
Spoilers if you're not up to Gliding Over all
Season 5 part 2 episode 9 has been officially named, The Decesion.
What does it refer to though?
I believe it refers to the fact, Hank knows, so he can chose to either confront Walt or tell the DEA, he also can turn Walt in or let him cook, that is, IF Walt lied to Skyler, which, in my opinion, I believe he did, and she just saw through it cuz she was that desperate. I am excited for summer 2013, I'd tell you guys to post what you believe will happen, but I have problems with getting mad at comments, sorry.
My thoughts... NO SPOILERS THAT I KNOW OF.
Episode 9 - The Decesion - Hank deals with deciding what to do next (read what he can do above). Walt truly hasn't quit and begins cooking with Todd, h…
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We wanted to let you all know about a cool Wikia project called Community Choice Awards! We're basically picking some of the best entertainment movies, books, anime, etc of 2012 and asking the communities to vote for what they think should win!
We're reaching out because Breaking Bad has been nominated for Best TV Series and Best Character of 2012! If you think they should win, spread the word and come vote!
Feel free to add to the lists here if you think anything is missing and I hope you enjoy participating in the Community Choice Awards!Read more >
Remember that these are just thoughts, NO SPOILERS HERE except for season 5 part 1.
There are many unanswered questions we have from Season 5 part 1 and I figured I would try to figure them out. No commenting, I have a history of getting mad at comments so I take it off, but here we go.
What was the M60 for - In "Live free or die" before the theme song rolls, we see Walt celebrating - possibly - his 52nd birthday, he goes to the bathroom and gets some car keys, he opens the back of a car trunk and finds an M60 gun, if I am correct. This is obviously a flashforward, we will get to the fact Walt has a full head of hair soon, but still, what and who was that M60 for? Was he gonna use it to kill Jesse, another drug gang, Goodman, Skyler, Hank? …Read more >
I decided to make a list on who I THINK - No spoilers, remember - will die in season 5 part 2 of Breaking Bad.
Here is the list of the people I think will die next.
- Skyler - NOTE: Death by either A) Heisenberg or B) another drug gang - Now see, maybe she gets back in the drug business after a little bit and is in the car wash one day, a guy comes in and shoots her.
- Andrea - NOTE: Death by Jesse - You're proabbly thinking what?? - but he dumped her in "Hazard Pay" because he didn't want to tell her about the business. He's most likely gonna go back to her, she'll probably be taken and Jesse will most likely snap and kill her in front of Brock, her boyfriend I'd say lives because maybe Jesse attacked the wrong person or something like that.
Hello, there! In case you did not know, I'm new to the Breaking Bad Wiki and the only true large edit I have made was adding the episode number relative to the series to every post-Season 1 episode page. Example: before, it said on "ABQ": "ABQ" is the thirteenth and final episode of the second season of Breaking Bad." After my edit, it says: "ABQ" is the thirteenth episode of the second season of Breaking Bad and the twentieth episode altogether. It is also the season finale." Anyway, this is irrelevant. Haha! What I really want to talk about is commentary pages, which would be articles about commentaries on the DVD/Blu-Ray releases. What I would like would be some help in creating these. You would need at least one of the season DVDs/Blu-Ray…Read more >
Wikia is giving out tickets to an advance screening of the dark comedy Seven Psychopaths (starring Colin Farrell, Christopher Walken, Sam Rockwell and Woody Harrelson) to five Wikia users (and their guest) in three different cities. We're letting you know because Breaking Bad fans know a little something about Psychopaths (I mean, who hasn't wondered about Mike's mental health?).
The dates/times/cities where the screenings will be taking place are:
Oct. 8 at 7:30 p.m.: San Francisco
Oct. 9 at 7:30 p.m.: Los Angeles
Oct. 11 at 7:00 p.m.: New York
You must be at least 18 to enter.
subject line: "Wikia" and the city you are RSVPing for
text: full name
For example, if you're RSVPing for the Los Angeles screening --…
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I started a top 10 list for best current cable drama over at the wikia entertainment hub:
Top 10 list: Current cable dramas
Game of Thrones is leading the voting at the time of writing with my single solitary vote but any of you discerning viewers who have an opinion are more than welcome to join in. I have illustrated the list with up to date poster art for all of the series I included so I think it makes for an interesting scroll through too. --Opark 77 (talk) 12:38, September 8, 2012 (UTC)Read more >
When Lydia first went to Mike, she had 11 names on the list, but then she hred Chris who killed Chow, then Mike killed Chris. That makes 9 until the warehouse guy from Madrigal gets caught and so does the new lawyer guy. That makes it 11 again but there were only 10 people killed in prison. Who am I leaving out or what am I missing?Read more >
Anyone notice that most of the people who do most of the killing are bald. Todd, Tomas, and most of the Mexican Cartlel may be exceptions, however the theory holds true for many. [Walt] (bald), [Jesse] (shaved head), [Hank] (bald), [Gus] (shaved head), [Mike] (bald), [Cousins] (bald) [Victor] (shaved head), [Hector Salamanca] (pretty close to bald), [Tuco] (shaved head), [Tyrus] (shaved head), [Bolsa] (pretty close to bald), [Mara] (shaved head), [Huell] is also bald although I do not know if he has killed anyone yet. These killings do not have to be drug or gang related, it just seems that there is strong theme developing that bald people do the killing. So look out for a bald person when the ultimate finale comes for whoever it comes forRead more >
Hi um, I'm new to this wiki. I love Breaking Bad. I also like how well this wiki is organized. What I dislike is how the article on Mike's granddaughter literally is one short sentence stating as much, with no pictures. Could someone add some additional info?Read more >
The cast and crew of Breaking Bad had some really exciting things to say about Season 5, which premieres tomorrow night and will consist of eight episodes. Actor Dean Norris, who plays Hank, said he was thrilled to be out of bed for so long in Season 4. He said playing bedridden for so long actually affected him personally- got his spirits down. And now, in Season 5, he's busted the cartel and feels vindicated. And it's time to really settle things between him and Walt. With regards to their storyline, Hank said that "Vince is not going to shy away from that. It will be the last big arc to be dealt with. The final confrontation." Dean commented that the reason Hank hasn't caught Walt yet is because he's so close to him and can't fathom tha…Read more >
We have an amazing opportunity for you, Breaking Bad fans! Wikia is heading to Comic-Con this year and we have the chance to interview the cast and crew of Breaking Bad.
Who will be there? “Breaking Bad” panelists include: Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul, Anna Gunn, Dean Norris, Betsy Brandt, RJ Mitte, Jonathan Banks and Creator and Executive Producer Vince Gilligan.
We wanted to open the opportunity for questions up to the community. Do you have burning questions for the talent behind Breaking Bad? Tell us in the comments and we'll relay them!
Afterwords, be sure to check back at the ToMoro page for the full interview!Read more >
As you can see on the main page, there is the first promo of the first episode of the new season. Looks dangerous!Read more >
Who could forget the amazing season finale of Breaking Bad Season 4? That image of Gus Fring is still haunting me! But alas, it's time for Breaking Bad to come back--has it been that long already?
The new promo image for Season 5 shows Walter White sitting on a "throne" of sorts, and reads, "All Hail the King". Well, Mr. White certainly looks like a man not to be bargained with.
What do you think? Does this promo image hint at anything you think might happen in Season 5? Is it a good image, or too "Blah"? Comment below and tell us what you think!
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Source: Entertainment Weekly
Where can you purchase the shirt Vince Gilligan is wearing on the front page of the Wiki?Read more >
- My point is that we want to keep as many fans editing as possible. Blue Rook 18:24, October 1, 2011 (UTC)
- ATTENTION WIKISPHERE
- This Lightdrawer character
- puts stuff there spelled "funny" and phrases a few of his more pressing ideas rapidly so they will be considered, and edited, either by the wikisphere, or himself once inspiration is present and accessible. He is totally rewriting some of these characters! How'z he doin' amigos?not.Lightdrawer 15:51, October 2, 2011 (UTC)
- I'll say this, he ain't much for punctuation. not.Lightdrawer 13:45, October 12, 2011 (UTC)
what if Walt had saved Jane?
what if kids will eat Gus's paela mariella? It's a fancy name for fish stew.
what if it's not just like his mother used to make it? I know, it sounds cliché. what if she hated garlic?
what if Walt Jr. seeks rewarding employment at Pollos Hermanos, afterschool perhaps?
what if they fingerprint Tuco's M16?
what if top of the food chain Agent Hank Schrader, even so much as looks at a picture of Tuco's M16 and says huh... is that blood in the water and starts crawlin'?
what if Mexico is way further than a thousand miles?
what if, for Hank el gringo, Cd. Juarez is way further than a thousand miles? From El Paso.
what if Marie has all day to go shopping every day?
what if she is lying about having a job?
what if Hank knows they c…
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So I bet Marie is skimming the payments from Skyler for Hanks treatment. In fact I bet she has no job, and if I know a thief, hell she probably sold out Walt years ago to his ex flame and former business partners who are rich now. She is the sustained malevelolent force that is drawing Tucos grill and walts eyeball together with their fates.
Meth Hunter vs. Meth Maker with Walt Junior and his excellent eyesight right in the middle.Read more >
Breaking news, Breaking Bad fans! AMC has just renewed Breaking Bad for its final season! It will be 16 episodes and may be separated into two cycles (but no final word on that yet).
Now all they have to do is renew showrunner Vince Gilligan's contract so he can keep banging out amazing episodes.
Are you excited to see Breaking Bad's final season? Relieved that it's coming back? Tell us in the comments!Read more >
Iotacons are possibly one of the coolest new trends/art projects on the Internet. An iotacon is a tiny extremely low resolution portraits. Artist Andy Rash has been specializing in the creation of these recently. It comes as no surprise as Breaking Bad continues to dominate the airwaves, that he would be inspired by the show.
The following image is his collection of iotacons.
In order we have - Skyler White, Walter White, Jr., Walter White, Jesse Pinkman, Hank Schrader, Marie Schrader.
Ted Beneke, Gustavo Fring, Saul Goodman, Jane Margolis, Steven Gomez, Mike.
The Cousins, Tuco Salamanca, Tortuga, Don Salamanca, Gale Boetticher.
What do you think of these? I think that this is a pretty good project.
- Andy Rash
Following the startling season finale of Breaking Bad, we obviously have much discussion about the possibilities for Season 4. Being as short as possible I'm surmise the following that I believe may happen:
1: Ted will notice Skyler's new found wealth
2: The cartel will finally catch up with Gus
3: Jesse will have an on and off relationship with Andrea
4: Victor will get shot in the head
5: Mike will get gravely injured.
6: For his safety, Hank will get reassigned to a new case, much to his chagrin.
7: The cartel will capture Walt
8: A fiery shootout and raid severely cripples the cartel and Gus's drug empire.
9: With the cartel dead and Gus in trouble, Walt will contemplate whether jumping on the chance to become kingpin of the newly freed territ…Read more >
My thoughts tell me of an underlying tone of irony. When you consider Skyler left Walter, a criminal, for another criminal ,Ted, you may suspect she is not acting on better judgement ,but rather her exasperated emotion in order to spite Walter. Consider the fact Walter committed his crime with selfless intentions against the possibility that Ted committed his crime selfishly. Although it is never stated that Ted committed his crime with selfish intentions, it can be surmised that that is the case. Consider, when Skyler confronts Ted about the fraud he seems to struggle gaining consistency with his reasoning and attempts more to justify his actions than explain them whereas Walter ,with more uniformity and sentiment, explains why he decide…Read more >
What interests me in this series, among many other things, is that there are not many sympathetic characters. We root for Walt because he has cancer, but he really has turned into an evil person. Skyler, on the other hand, is just trying to take care of herself and her children, but comes off as the bad guy because she is annoying and the opposite of Walt.
We shouldn't like Hank because he's working against Walt, but I sure as heck do. Hank's a great character. We also shouldn't like Marie because she's crazy and a thief, but I'm partial to her as well.Read more >